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International Challenges and Standards in Cybersecurity Industry: Interests of Business, Government, Citizens

Student: Anastasia Tsepenkova

Supervisor: Tatyana Anatolyevna Kolobashkina

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

Due to the rapid development of technologies and their integration into all areas of our lives, transnational corporations, governments and citizens around the world are put at risk by cybercriminals. Currently, there has been a significant increase in information security incidents, the number and level of which are becoming threatening. The purpose of the work is to study international global challenges, standards and approaches in the field of cybersecurity in terms of protecting the interests of business, the state, and citizens. The study examined key international organizations, trans-regional associations and institutions that advocate for cybersecurity and their approaches and recommendations for regulating the transparent exchange of information and its protection. Having analyzed these approaches, the study provides conclusions and recommendations on the possibilities and limitations of the harmonization of standards and legal regulation in the Russian Federation in the field of cyber security.

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